Joel Embiid is Done with “The Process”
The day has finally come. Joel Embiid is completely done with “The Process”. We should have known this day would come. Embiid wants nothing to do with the miserable years of “The Process” and I don’t blame him. Joel hinted at this in last years playoffs:
Reporter: “Where is ‘The Process’ right now? And you just played the most minutes you’ve played in regulation. Are you tired?”
Sixers’ Joel Embiid: “I don’t give a d— about the process. And, no, I’m not tired.” pic.twitter.com/NFRRjafmyF
— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) May 13, 2019
“I don’t give a damn about the process”. Now, we’re here.
I know what you’re thinking…“maybe not – just look at his header!”. I have gotten word that he’s actually just waiting on the Sixers Marketing Team to whip up a sick graphic like they did for all the throwback themed nights:
Cementing the change even further – Joel Embiid already released a mix tape announcing his new name. Great to see as he continues to rehab his sprained shoulder.
JOËL “DO A 180” EMBIID pic.twitter.com/reO1V3nCQt
— Joel “Do a 180” Embiid??? (@JoelEmbiid) March 5, 2020
This should come as great news to the struggling Sixers – who haven’t quite lived up to expectations this year. Hopefully a change in nicknames will go a long way to continued success.
Everyone seems to be happy with the change besides a small, meaningless segment of Sixers Twitter who’s content relies only on “The Process” years. With the change, they will probably have to actually watch Sixers games instead of praising Robert Covington and Tony Wroten. Best of luck to them.
Word spread fast of the change. So fast, that even Jeopardy contestants noticed on air. Check out this guy whipping out the new nickname like it’s been here for years:
ah yes the classic nickname, Joel “do-a-180” Embiid. pic.twitter.com/js8yITpT7G
— earl simmons (@iamsamkeller) March 5, 2020
Unreal stuff. I can’t wait to beat the Kings and Warriors then get home to see Joel “do a 180” Embiid in action. Eastern Conference Champions here we come.
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